As a general rule we tend to steer clear of stories dealing Wall St. or finance because we know next to nothing about either. However, after glancing at the homepage of the New York Times a number of times today it became apparent even to us that things are really bad (right?). So we decided to do a little reading. Along the way, in an effort to figure out what is going on with Fannie and Freddie, and why the WSJ homepage was down, and whether or not a NYT “panic piece” had anything to do with all this — and by the way, if you are expecting any answers no need to read further — we stumbled across a story we did understand! Bloggers arguing with each each other.
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